Latest Continental shelf Stories
A new research paper shows that a great number of nearby terrigenous pollen and charcoal have been found from the deep-sea sediments of the last 200 kyrs in Okinawa Trough.
New Geosphere articles include additions to several special issues "Results of IODP Exp313: The History and Impact of Sea-level Change Offshore New Jersey"; "The ANDRILL McMurdo Ice Shelf (MIS) and Southern McMurdo Sound (SMS) Drilling Projects"; "Exploring the Deep Sea and Beyond: Contributions to Marine Geology in Honor of William R. Normark"; and "CRevolution 2: Origin and Evolution of the Colorado River System II."
The terms “gas” and “sea” for many will invoke associations of reserves, business, and a lot of money.
Marine scientists from five research agencies have pooled their skills and resources to compile a directory of life on Australiaâ€™s continental shelf.
A study led by Dr Stuart Painter of the National Oceanography Centre helps explain the formation of huge phytoplankton blooms off the southeast coast of South America during the austral summer (December-January).
Scientists from the United States and Canada have announced plans to embark on a joint expedition to map the Arctic seafloor this summer.
Underwater canyons have long been considered important habitats for marine life, but until recently, only canyons on continental margins had been intensively studied.
Reductions in the flow of the Apalachicola River have far-reaching effects that could prove detrimental to grouper and other reef fish populations in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico, according to a new Florida State University study that may provide new ammunition for states engaged in a nearly two-decade water war.
A UN deadline on May 13th over maritime boundaries will attempt to solve disputes over the seabed from the South China Sea to the North Pole.
- The horn of a unicorn considered as a medical or pharmacological ingredient.
- A winged horse with a single horn on its head; a winged unicorn.